Improved breakdown of construction events on the map
Ability to see a line that represents the work zone of highway events
Bug Fix: Localized or individual weather events now appear on the map at any zoom level.
Lane Closures will now be displayed with the addition of a ‘do not enter’ badge on the event icon. This icon can indicate an object partially blocking a lane, a lane closure, or a full road closure. Please read event descriptions to determine the full impact of an event.
More city-based road closures can now be viewed on the map. TDOT is working with Metro Nashville Public Works to add their road closures to the map. This is a pilot effort we hope to see grow to other cities across the state.
A Waze layer has been added to the SmartWay Traffic site. This layer displays highway events entered by the motoring public through the Waze app.
Bug Fix: An issue with the site’s auto refresh cycle has been corrected
Weather event display updates:
Multiple Wide Area (county-wide) events are represented by varying degrees of shading, based on the number of wide area events affecting the county
Wide Area event pins no longer display at minimum zoom levels
The hover state description has been removed from Wide Area event county shading
Single-click a shaded county to see the description(s) of events affecting that county
Double-click a shaded county to zoom in and focus on that county
Roadway weather events are now represented by icons instead of markers
Roadways impacted by multiple weather events are represented by an icon with a number, indicating the number of events at that location or on the roadway
Roadway weather event icons display at increased zoom levels
The event list, previously reached on the right of the screen, has been removed
Users can now turn on/off events in the ‘Feature Menu’ as needed – event types now include:
Special Events (actual events may not appear until later this spring)
A feature Key now exists to define icons, colors, etc.
The Current Activity button (within construction event details) exists only when such activity has been updated
Construction events are once again represented by a barrel
Current activity about a construction event is once again included in the event description
Weather events which affect an entire county now display a shaded overlay of that county
Weather events are now represented by an icon, not a line
Clicking a weather event will display a line which represents the affected zone